For those of you who didn't watch last night's NFC Championship game, the Chicago Bears fell to their 90-year rivals, the Green Bay Packers, 21-14.
It was a great game, but as with most conference championship it wasn't without controversy. Not the usual controversy, such as touchdowns that were called back or penalty flags that were never thrown.
No, the controversy came with Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who was mysteriously benched in the second half of the game after falling to a 0-14 deficit.
For those of you who have been drinking the Kool-Aid that Jay Cutler decided to "quit" or simply "stop playing" let me point this out-
Jay Cutler was taking a brutal beating the whole game, and is believed to have a torn MCL.
Now, I will ask you to do one more thing.
On the top of the page, scroll over the "NFL" tab then under "NFC North" click "Chicago."
What do you see?
The answer is probably "At least five articles explaining why Cutler's legacy is ruined and why his career with Chicago is over and Caleb Hanie [The third string quarterback who nearly led a fourth-quarter comeback against the Packers] will become the starter".
The goal if this article is to completely silence all of those naysayers, and to reassure you all that Jay's here to stay.
Here are five reasons why Cutler's legacy is not ruined, and career with Chicago is not over.